Mix prints

MIXING PRINTS MIXING PRINTScc: Henryoshistudios

Wearing: PARIS & ME boutique Shirt | MADEWELL Chambray shirt (similar here) | ZARA blue skirt | CLARE VIVIER clutch | ASOS Sandals | OLIVER PEOPLE glasses

Do you like mixing prints? Love it but never tried it? Not really your style? Well if its not your style or you don’t like it, then I respect that, but if you don’t mix prints, because it intimidates you, then shame on you! Ha, jk, it happens to the best of us.  I am fond of mixing prints and today I want to help you become fond of it too. The best way too mix prints, is playing dress up. For example this outfit started with the shirt, I bought it at the Paris & Me Boutique in Coronado, CA and it immediately caught my eye, due to it’s unique pattern and the bold navy blue shoulders. At first I wasn’t planning on mixing prints at all, so I paired it up with a skater skirt I got from Zara last spring. It wasn’t until I saw my outfit was looking too plain, that I got the urge to give it that extra spice, so I decided to pair it up with my chambray shirt from Madewell that has some type of white flowers. Now, this outfit is very subtle when it comes to mixing prints, but if you are willing to try it out, this is a good way to start. If I could give you only one piece of advice, I’d say ” Try different prints, but stay in the same color family and don’t be afraid to play around with it. You would be surprised how many things in your wardrobe go together”.

I am on my way to Playa del Carmen, Mexico to celebrate a friends bachelorette party. I am here until Sunday, so don’t forget to follow me on instagram @blank_itinerary to see my latest pics! xo, p.

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    • p.alberdimac@gmail.com
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      August 25, 2014 / 7:56 pm

      Gracias que linda! A mi tambien me encanta, ya que empiezas no puedes parar. jaja. saludos!

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